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Dallas Taylor

Dallas Taylor is the grandson of a rum-runner, a valedictorian, a handyman and a good Catholic girl. He lives and writes in Seattle, and builds things for a living in his spare time. In 2010, he attended the Clarion Writers’ Workshop.
Dallas Taylor has written 133 posts for [this space intentionally left blank]

Why Thinking About Death Will Make Your Life Easier and Better

I imagine myself on my deathbed. The end is nigh. There’s no more time, no chance to change what’s come before.

What would I wish I had done? Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Elected Democrats

Left unchecked, the present Administration and Congress are going to unwind a century’s progress. The only option open to a person of conscience is unflinching and disciplined opposition. Continue reading

What Do We Accomplish By Marching?

With our faith re-energized, our hope restored, our resolve galvanized and our hearts filled with joy, we will overcome. We will bend the moral arc of history towards justice. Continue reading

What I Will Do Today

Tomorrow, I will march. But today I will do those things that give my life meaning. Continue reading

I Can’t Go On, I’ll Go On: Taking Action in the Face of Despair

Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can. You’ll be surprised how far that will get you. Continue reading